Faculty of land management at hanoi university of natural resources and envrionment participates in providing feedback on the draft land law 2013 (amendment)


TN&MTRecently, in Hanoi, the Faculty of Land Management at Hanoi University of Natural Resources and Environment organized a workshop to provide feedback on the draft Land Law 2013 (Amendment). Dr. Pham Anh Tuan, Head of the Faculty of Land Management, chaired the workshop.

The workshop aimed to provide a more in-depth introduction to some of the new points in the draft Land Law (Amendment) to mobilize the intellect and dedication of the department's lecturers in contributing to the improvement of the draft Land Law (Amendment). In addition, the workshop aimed to create opportunities for exchanging and learning from each other's experiences, enhancing the quality of training in expertise, and the research capabilities of all members within the faculty."

Dr. Pham Anh Tuan delivered the opening speech

In his opening speech, Dr. Pham Anh Tuan stated: "The Land Management Law is an important piece of legislation, serving as a fundamental cornerstone in the legal framework related to land issues, affecting all aspects of socio-economic life, all organizations, and every individual. Therefore, amending and improving land laws is a crucial task that aims to mobilize the wisdom and dedication of organizations and individuals, to enhance people's right to participate, and to foster consensus in improving the draft law to ensure quality, scientific basis, feasibility, coherence, and effectiveness. It should also reflect the will and aspirations of the people and businesses while providing resources for socio-economic development. The Faculty of Land Management is looking forward to receiving many valuable opinions and contributions from lecturers to report to higher authorities."

During the workshop, faculty members of the Faculty of Land Management focused on analyzing and discussing specific and detailed issues and challenges in current practices to provide feedback on the draft Land Management Law (amendment).

Overview of the conference

The presented discussion reports focused on 5 key topics grouped into thematic areas, including: (i) Land registration; Land information system and land database (Dr. Vũ Lệ Hà); (ii) Land allocation and land reclamation (Dr. Nguyễn Thị Hải Yến); (iii) Land economics and finance (Dr. Phạm Anh Tuấn); (iv) Land survey and assessment (Dr. Dương Đăng Khôi); and (v) Land planning and land use planning (Dr. Nguyễn Thị Hồng Hạnh).

In general, all the lecturers highly appreciated the issues presented in the draft and the need to amend the law to better align with the current practical situation. They emphasized that correctly addressing land policy and legal matters not only creates a stable and transparent environment but also contributes to unlocking the potential of land resources, ensuring national security and defense, political and social stability, environmental protection, and the sustainable development of the legitimate rights of the people. This is a prerequisite for economic and social development and the achievement of the goals set forth in the 13th National Party Congress.

Moreover, after the conference, the new knowledge about policies and laws, as well as the updated information, will be disseminated to the lecturers, and subsequently incorporated into the curriculum for students.

In his concluding remarks, Dr. Phạm Anh Tuấn, Head of the Land Management Faculty, highly praised the dedicated contributions of the participating lecturers at the workshop. All of the reports directly focused on providing valuable feedback on the content of the draft Land Law (amendment) and included scientific reasoning along with many suggested solutions for the Drafting Committee, the Editing Team of the draft Land Law (amendment), legislative bodies, and related agencies. Dr. Phạm Anh Tuấn also expressed his hope that the lecturers would serve as bridges to transmit legal knowledge to students in the future

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